The Politically Incorrect Show - 09/08/1999
Music - Die Fledermaus
Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Monday August 9, proudly sponsored by Tuariki Tobacco Ltd, the show that says bugger the politicians & bureaucrats & all the other bossyboot busybodies who try to run our lives with our money; that stands tall for free enterprise, achievement, profit, & excellence, against the state-worshippers in our midst; that stands above all for the most sacred thing in the universe, the liberty of the human individual.
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Over the weekend I received the following e-mail message:
"Some 25 years ago I returned to NZ after an absence of 18 years in Southern Africa. Coming from a police state you can imagine my dismay at finding I had moved to another one. At least the South Africans did not pretend to be other than what they were. The realisation that NZ offered little for a man like me in terms of opportunity, prompted me to move on to Australia. Often I wonder what has happened in NZ. Reading your site indicates that the ills of society are still there, but it is delightful to see a few people speaking out in the name of reason and fair play. I pity you for your foolish bravery and hope that you emerge from it without too many personal injuries."
Well, so far so good in that regard, but there's no telling what Nanny State & her Big Brother Bureaucracy might yet do to silence the growing chorus of freedom. One thing's for certain - they are not going to roll over & let the perks of their parasitism be wrested from them without a fight. And Nanny & Big Brother are dirty fighters, being dirty entities, period. We must be ready for them to do their vicious worst.
The last thing we need at a time like this is for freedom-seekers to go to Australia, where freedom is being eroded at a rate of knots, similarly to here; is for people who should know better to shrug their shoulders & say, "What's the use?" when there are recurring signs now that's there's every use; is for people to trot out that despicable coward's bromide, "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em," as they try to cover their butt by licking Nanny's. We need more "foolish bravery." We need more brave battlers like Joy Faulkner, of Smokers of the World Unite, organiser of the forthcoming Enough is Enough march in Auckland. If ever anyone had cause to join the Politically Correct culture of victimology, it's Joy. Life has dealt her some tough blows. She was gang-raped by some low-life embodiments of the Alliance Retard mentality - "If I want it I'm entitled to take it by force" - in her teens. And that was only for starters. But instead of living in the past on Other People's Money, Joy has made a decent life for herself & her children by her own efforts. One of the pleasures that that life affords her is cigarettes. She is tired of Nanny & Big Brother hounding her because of it. She sees the bigger picture also - many of us have long since run out of patience with Nanny's & Big Brother's hounding in any number of areas. Saturday September 4 is our chance to give tangible expression to the exhaustion of our patience.
We should never have been patient to begin with; never given Nanny & Big Brother the benefit of the doubt every time they encroached on our sacred liberties. Think on this: years ago we allowed politician-scum to pass asset forfeitures laws whereby, in flagrant violation of property rights & the presumption of innocence until guilt is proved, the property of a person charged with a crime can be confiscated before there's even a verdict. Colin Moore's property on Great Barrier Island was seized when he was accused of cultivating cannabis (something that should not be a criminal offence to begin with). He spent $100,000 on his defence - and was found not guilty. Only now has he been awarded compensation - half what his defence cost him. Only now can he rest easy again that his property is indeed his. Ladies & gentlemen, I submit that that $54,000 should come out of the bloated pocket of that evil parasitical racist larcenist, the Minister of Apartheid, the Minister of Injustice who saw that law through parliament, Lord Montrose of Drury.
Fat chance, you say? Maybe - but September 4 is your opportunity to show Montrose & his fellow low-lifes of the Molesworth Mafia exactly what you think of them. May it be the beginning of the end for Nanny State, Big Brother - & their Police State.
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